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Basic Medical Mathematics
This course will cover the practical usage of mathematical formulations that are used every day in the medical field. Students will learn common abbreviations and medicinal terms as applied in the metric system, apothecary system, and English (household) system. Students will learn and practice how to interpret formulations, execute conversions, and calculate both medication and I.V. orders of various common and special types. If you are interested in pursuing a career in nursing, pharmacy, clinical medical assisting, emergency services, or other entry-level medical professions and want to get a solid introduction and grasp of their mathematical concepts, then this is the course for you. Students must be able to read and understand English. Students must be competent with the four fundamental mathematical operations. Students must provide own calculator. Student’s must complete all work and successfully complete an exam 70% or greater to pass the course.

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07330.00
Alvarado
RM 13
Moore 10/22 - 12/3 Tu 05:00 PM - 07:30 PM $93.00 View 15
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07330.01
Alvarado
RM 6
Moore 1/21 - 3/3 Tu 05:00 PM - 07:30 PM $93.00 View 14

Home Care Aide Training
Students will learn how to provide personal support for daily living activities to clients in their homes and/or residential care facilities. Students learn about common diseases, infections, chronic illnesses and disorders found in a residential care setting; techniques to assist clients with self-management will include how to take blood pressure measurements, patient lifting/transfers, making an occupied bed. Students will also learn how to assist clients with activities like bathing, dressing, hygiene care, diet, exercise, social interactions, etc. Students learn about and how to support clients with developmental disabilities like, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Seizure Disorders, Developmental Delay and Mental Retardation. Students will learn how to assist clients with medication, community activities and social engagement. Workbook fee $65 for purchase from the instructor. Additional $35 fee for First Aid/CPR certification card.

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07319.00
Alvarado
RM 2
Young 9/10 - 10/23 Tu We 02:30 PM - 05:00 PM $217.00 View 15
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07319.01
Alvarado
RM 2
Young 10/29 - 12/18 Tu We 02:30 PM - 05:00 PM $149.00 View 15
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07319.02
Alvarado
RM 2
Young 1/14 - 3/4 Tu We 02:30 PM - 05:00 PM $149.00 View 15

Introduction to Medical Coding Practices I

Medical Coding technology is designed to prepare students to work in office positions in hospitals, doctors; offices, health clinics, insurance companies and other health-related organizations. Student will develop skills using CPT< HCPCS, ICD 10 CM, and ICD 10 PCS coding sets. Students should purchase current year CPT (AMA) and ICD 10 coding manuals.  Recommended textbook & workbook: Goldsmith, Susan, Medical Coding Fundamentals 1st edition.  Textbook: ISBN-13: 978-0077401177 workbook: ISBN-13: 978-0077401177



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07313.00
Alvarado
Room 10
Robinson 9/14 - 12/14 Sa 09:30 AM - 12:30 PM $130.00 View 5

Medical Coding Practices II

This course is part 2 of the Medical coding technology practices. The class continues the topic involved in the immensely important reimbursement cycle, which ensures that health care providers are paid for services. Students will develop skills using medical terminology, ICD coding, CPT coding. Students should purchase current year CPT and ICD 10 Coding manuals.       



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07320.00
Alvarado
TBA
Robinson 1/18 - 4/4 Sa 09:30 AM - 12:30 PM $130.00 View 19

Medical Insurance and Billing Practices I

This course covers health insurance and managed care approaches to the financing and delivery of healthcare services. Students examine forms, processes, practices and the roles of health information professionals. Students discuss concepts in insurance, third-party and prospective payments and managed care organizations.  Textbook: ISBN-13: 978-0073374598 Newby, Cynthia, Insurance in the Medical Office: Patient to Payment 7th Edition



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07314.00
Alvarado
Room 10
Robinson 9/14 - 12/14 Sa 12:45 PM - 02:45 PM $87.00 View 11

Medical Insurance and Billing Practices II
Prerequisite: Medical Billing and Insurance Practices I. Learn to facilitate payment of health service providers, to evaluate utilization patterns, and to study the appropriateness of health care costs. 

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07308.00
Alvarado
Room 10
Robinson 1/18 - 4/4 Sa 12:45 PM - 02:45 PM $87.00 View 20